The Partner visa is a great migration pathway for those looking to reside in Australia with their de facto partner or spouse. However, when a relationship turns sour during the partner visa processing time or before the permanent partner visa is granted, it can turn your life around.
It’s important to be aware of all your obligations and depending on your circumstances, what options may be available to you.
It’s alarming to see how long it is taking for both onshore and offshore Australian Partner visa, commonly known as the Spouse visa, applications to be processed. Let’s take a look into the importance of lodging a decision ready Partner visa application and what you can do to help decrease processing time for your Partner visa application.
Following the introduction of the new TSS visa subclass 482 that came into effect on 18 March 2018, it has raised many concerns to current 457 visa holders as to whether they will be eligible for permanent residency through TRT stream. This article looks at the Top 10 FAQs about the Transitional Arrangements for Temporary Residence Transition stream for current 457 visa holders who may be eligible.
One of the most important evidence that you need to submit with your Partner visa application is your Statement of Relationship, or commonly known as the Relationship Statement, or what some people call it – the “relationship support letter”.
You’re in a de facto relationship or married to an Australian citizen or Australian permanent resident or in a relationship with an eligible New Zealand citizen. Your relationship is genuine and continuing, so you decide to apply for a Partner visa. As you will quickly realise, it’s a long process and there will be times where […]